Aironn Devices will Service in Tribeca Central, the Smart City of Mauritius

13 May 2021 Issue:

Designed as a "Smart City", Tribeca Central is built with the latest technologies to improve livability, safety and sustainability. This project also includes the country's largest indoor car park. Aironn parking solutions from A to Z will be activated in the parking garage divided into 19 separate zones.

The Republic of Mauritus is an island country with magnificent natural beauty, located in the east of Madagascar, in the southwest of the Indian Ocean, on the African continent. Tribeca Central is a mega mixed-life project with premium offices, shopping and entertainment venues, housing, accommodation, sports and cultural areas, located in the heart of Mauritius.

Tribeca Central, which will have an area of ​​150,000 square meters, will also be of great importance for the country as the financial center of Mauritius. This project, which will be the catalyst of urban development in Mauritius, will create a modern, trouble-free business environment for financial service companies, multinational companies, local companies, technology companies.

Designed as a "Smart City", Tribeca Central is built with the latest technologies to improve livability, safety and sustainability. This project also includes the country's largest indoor car park. Aironn parking solutions from A to Z will be activated in the parking garage divided into 19 separate zones. Aironn A.Ş .; Jet fans export the system solution for the largest parking garage in Mauritus, together with the smart jet fan system J-Smart and all automation equipment.

Aironn Project and Sales Team says that they are working with great energy and enthusiasm for this project: “We want a device bearing the brand of Aironn and a world geography where technology does not enter. Although the Mauritus Tribeca Central is a significant international project, its main importance for us is that we have taken another step closer to this ideal. As Aironn, we want to introduce our country's air conditioning exports to new locations. "